Warrens Bay Holiday Village is less than a mile outside of the historic and attractive seaside town of Watchet, which in recent years has seen the redevelopment of the Harbour into a superb Marina. The area around Warren Bay is one of outstanding and dramatic natural beauty, with the Bristol Channel on its door step. Behind the Village lies the West Somerset Railway, the longest privately owned and restored steam railway line in the country. On each side lies the Quantock Hills and the Exmoor National Park.
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If you are travelling by car via Bridgwater, take the coast road (B .3191) at St. Audries which takes you through Watchet. Warren Bay is on the right hand side of the road about a mile from the town. Alternatively, you may keep to the A.39 through Williton (where you join the main road from Taunton) then past the BBC Transmitting Station at Washford. A mile from the village you will see Blue Anchor sign-posted (the first turning on the right after Washford). You then turn right at the Blue Anchor hotel, Warren Bay is a mile from there past Warren Farm on your left hand side.
- Bristol International Airport - 50 km
- Bournemouth Airport - 115 km
- Southampton Airport - 141 km
- Weymouth - 89 km
- Plymouth - 106 km
- Poole - 108 km
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Credit and debit cards are not accepted at this site.